The_Marriage_of_the_Hour - Taylor McGill Comp II Professor Holman April 4 2020 The Marriage of the Hour In the story \u201cThe Story of an Hour\u201d by Kate

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Taylor McGill Comp II Professor Holman April 4, 2020 The Marriage of the Hour In the story, “The Story of an Hour” by Kate Chopin Mrs. Mallard’s husband dies leaving her a widow. She goes through many emotions after losing her husband. At first she is sad that her husband has died, however she quickly becomes relieved that this has happened. The two did love each other, however Mrs. Mallard was not happy with their relationship any more and felt like she had no control in her own life. From Mrs. Mallard's point of view, I would say that the two became dependent on each other and at one time did truly love each other. The story says,”She wept at once, with sudden, wild abandonment, in her sister's arms.” These actions happened just after she had received the news that her husband was killed in a railroad disaster. The text does directly say that “...she had loved him—sometimes…”. Although Mrs. Mallard does love her husband, I do not feel that she was her happiest in that marriage. The reason for this accusation is that after she finally processes
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